‘depression’

Q&A and Giveaway with The Great Fitness Experiment

By Lisa Christie on 03/24/2014

Charlotte Hilton On Fitness and Life 7 Years After Starting “The Great Fitness Experiment” Blog Today’s Q&A is with Charlotte Hilton of the blog, “The Great Fitness Experiment,” an honest and often hilarious blog that she founded to talk about fitness but has morphed into so much more. – FREE BOOK GIVAWAY – We’ll also be giving away Charlotte Hilton’s […] Read more »

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When You Need Exercise the Most

By Erin Risius on 02/25/2014

When you don’t want to exercise, that’s when you might need it the most An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but walking 30 minutes a day can keep the blues away. Research shows that daily, moderate exercise can not only prevent depression but is also effective in treating depression. Since one in four women in their 40s […] Read more »

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What Kind of “Springer” Are You?

By Darla Breckenridge on 03/11/2013

An extra hour of daylight…woo hoo! So what is it about “springing ahead” that can feel like renewal and a new beginning (more so than the New Year), or can catapult us into the “spring blues?” Whichever kind of “springer” you are, how can you use that hour to re-energize yourself? For many of us, spring means a new beginning, […] Read more »

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7 Ways to Fight Depression during the Holidays

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/22/2011

The last of a series of posts I wrote for another blog, this one is particularly apropos for the coming season. I had a dream the other night that was more a nightmare.  It was Ambien-induced; taking the sleep aid is not my usual habit but it was an easy way out.  Or so I thought until the dream/nightmare. In […] Read more »

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It Happened This Week-Women’s Day, George Michael’s Un-Marijuana Diet, Lily Allen’s Bulimia Struggle

By Chef Lisa on 03/11/2011

The 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day occurred this week, and many organizations seized the opportunity to highlight women’s continuing struggles across the globe, including in regards to health. In the U.S., 61.2% of women are “overweight” and 35.5% are “obese.” While weight is hardly the only indicator of health, those percentages are a bit staggering.  Celebrate the women in […] Read more »

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